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Old 11-21-2007, 05:48 PM   #41
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I'll usually boil some crayfish and throw them in with some ramen noodles. Thats another good camp meal.
hey man....that actually sounds pretty good. that with some campfire baked potatos(potatos cooked in tin foil in the coals) would be a hellafied meal man!!!
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Trout's good. The worst part is the bones, but if you cook it just right, they'll all come out together at once. I always eat the 1st trout caught for breakfast. Cooked over the camp fire. It is always a bit gritty.....from the drunk guy dropping it in the sand, but hey, just get's me a lil closer to nature.
im with ya there!!! trout and some lemon..........well hell yeah!!! i dont mind a little gritty either.

hell, i eat damn near anything..........except chicken liver(and any liver for that matter)............nasty,chalky shit!!! but i do eat me some livermush...........good stuff there!!!
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All this camp talk has got me going. Man, I sure hope I can make it down for the meet. I'm sure it'll be a HELLA good time!
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All this camp talk has got me going. Man, I sure hope I can make it down for the meet. I'm sure it'll be a HELLA good time!

you know it man!!! i hope you can make it too. and i hope all carolina alliance members can make it. i think it will be cool to meet everyone and check out all the tacomas!!! damn......cant wait for april to get here( although im not trying to rush deer season just yet)!!!

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A picture is worth a thousand words!


So, every year, my brother-in-law and I go camping for opening day of trout season. Well in all reallity, it's a night to get $hit faced and maybe fish if up to the daunting task. This photo is me passed out on a rock across the creek from our camp site. That's right.....too drunk to fish.
haha! i had no idea you could be too drunk to fish. Of course i've been too drunk to walk and talk before so i guess it makes sense
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my drunken "chicken wing" ordeal.

we decided to make a batch of wings with this shit called "endorphin rush"....you could put the tip of a toothpick in it, put it in your mouth, and breathe friggin fire. we had been drinkin,so we decided to use the whole damned bottle in our sauce. so we deepfried about 10 pounds of wings, finished our sauce, then proceeded to pour the entire thing of "hot sauce" on the wings. now, this was in the middle of wintertime......we start eating the wings, and im sitting there and i start sweating my ass off. then, i realize that my whole damn mouth is in immense,burning pain. i go outside on the deck, and my buddy chris is sitting out there hanging off the deck puking his head off, then i started. we sobered up rather quickly, and realized we had used the whole "endorphin rush" bottle in our hot sauce. hahaha..........i don't think hot sauce was the right description for that stuff. the next day was worse...........besides being hungover from hell, i swear to god, going to the bathroom sounded like hot horseshoes hitting the water. we learned our lesson...........never buy endorphin rush or any of that other hot sauce with a warning on the label.


as far as thanksgiving, basically i got hammered off vodka,grand marnier, and alotta beers, and eating raw oysters.........i fell off the damned porch at my father in laws house. just walked right off where there werent any steps, and landed on my neck/upoper back area. then, the reason i was in the doghouse, was because when the wife and i got back home, for some reason i was pissed off, and punched a big ass hole in the living room wall, and being barefooted, i kicked 2 of my jackstands across the kitchen....leaving a huge bruise on my foot.none of that which im proud of......but nd wanted to hear about it. the friday after that was rough as hell. i got up late, went to get my tires swapped out, and spent thew afternoon trying not to puke. couldnt eat anything either. that day was a waste for me(all except getting the tires installed)!!
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If you have jackstands in the kitchen, you might be a redneck. Good stories.
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....i fell off the damned porch at my father in laws house. just walked right off where there werent any steps, and landed on my neck/upoper back area.
This reminds me of my own similar experience. It is redneck in so many ways.

My in-laws used to live in this tiny ass trailer. It was the size of a small RV, but it was a legit trailer.....a real craphole. Well my wifes step dad (my father-in-law) bought a much bigger, nicer, newer trailer off of none other than his ex-wife. They threw a good ole fashion trailer raising party....hooooweeee! Towards the end of the evening some of us, myself included, were pretty well tuned in. After chasing some beers down with a little pizza, I was asked to take the leftovers out to the pavillion where the kegerator was. Well, out I went, pizza box in hand, overlooking the 1 1/2 foot gap between the trailer and the stairs down to the ground. At this point, gravity took over....my right leg went down in the gap, my nuts crunched on the door jam and I slid down the stairs on my belly only to stop myself with my chin when it hit the ground at the bottom of the stairs. If it weren't for the beer, I would have layed there crying. Instead, I got up laughing, managed to not drop the pizza and accomplished my original mission.
Those that saw said I just dissappeared like Houdini when I dropped. That is other than the quick flash of the soles of my shoes. Haha...good times.

I had completely forgotten about this til I read your story.
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This reminds me of my own similar experience. It is redneck in so many ways.

My in-laws used to live in this tiny ass trailer. It was the size of a small RV, but it was a legit trailer.....a real craphole. Well my wifes step dad (my father-in-law) bought a much bigger, nicer, newer trailer off of none other than his ex-wife. They threw a good ole fashion trailer raising party....hooooweeee! Towards the end of the evening some of us, myself included, were pretty well tuned in. After chasing some beers down with a little pizza, I was asked to take the leftovers out to the pavillion where the kegerator was. Well, out I went, pizza box in hand, overlooking the 1 1/2 foot gap between the trailer and the stairs down to the ground. At this point, gravity took over....my right leg went down in the gap, my nuts crunched on the door jam and I slid down the stairs on my belly only to stop myself with my chin when it hit the ground at the bottom of the stairs. If it weren't for the beer, I would have layed there crying. Instead, I got up laughing, managed to not drop the pizza and accomplished my original mission.
Those that saw said I just dissappeared like Houdini when I dropped. That is other than the quick flash of the soles of my shoes. Haha...good times.

I had completely forgotten about this til I read your story.

thats awesome man!! these are the kinda stories we "redneck folk" love to hear: trailer raisings and getting drunk.................and what makes it even more kickass is that you didnt even drop the pizza!!! i give you for that man!!!
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Around 15-20 years ago my neighbor and I like exploring the woods around our houses. Neither of us had ATVs or dirt bikes..... But we did get our hands on "extra" hand-me-down riding mowers from other family members. We threw chains on them, wires to pull on the governor, 1 liter soda bottles for extra gas.... lol We used to run them through the fields and logging trails in the woods. I bent the steering cross bar on mine (aluminum U shaped bar) and replaced it with 1/4"x 2" steel bar, and then replaced the solid rubber tires with pneumatic ones. The old ones kept hitting the roots and stumps, and that's why the bar bent.

We could do wheelies with them and run through the mud. lol Good fun until my buddy pulled a wheelie on a hill and rolled his. He was fun, but something shorted out and started burning. We freaked out cuz it was in the middle of a field, very dry, and we were afraid the gas tank would go! Luckily it just burned the insulation off all the wires. Not sure what happened, but we never got it running after that.

His was electric start, mine was pull start so I had to rig up lights to run at night. I duct taped a rechargeable spot light to the hood, and a bike headlight with the little wheel generator bolt over the flywheel screen. heh It worked ok until the mesh of the cover wore the rubber off the generator (after I made it to the middle of the woods) luckily I had the other light. I had two of my cousins in a wagon behind it. No muffler either. That had rusted off so it was loud as hell.
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Another case where my buddy and I were bored. Just the two of us for miles basically. Out in the country, no cops around, could do just about anything.

He dumped his GF and she had left some crap at his house. He could've thrown it away, but we figured we could have some fun with it. (Teddy bears, other small crap.) So he brought it to my house. We took it to the pond in the woods, put it on a board, soaked it in gas/oil/kerosene mix I had, lit it up and pushed it out into the water. Then sat back with 22's and shot at it. lol Oh, there were a couple cans of the liquid in between everything too so it was fun shooting those, and getting a mini fireball as the liquid spread out and caught fire. It amused us for maybe 20 minutes before everything sank.

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Around 15-20 years ago my neighbor and I like exploring the woods around our houses. Neither of us had ATVs or dirt bikes..... But we did get our hands on "extra" hand-me-down riding mowers from other family members. We threw chains on them, wires to pull on the governor, 1 liter soda bottles for extra gas.... lol We used to run them through the fields and logging trails in the woods. I bent the steering cross bar on mine (aluminum U shaped bar) and replaced it with 1/4"x 2" steel bar, and then replaced the solid rubber tires with pneumatic ones. The old ones kept hitting the roots and stumps, and that's why the bar bent.

We could do wheelies with them and run through the mud. lol Good fun until my buddy pulled a wheelie on a hill and rolled his. He was fun, but something shorted out and started burning. We freaked out cuz it was in the middle of a field, very dry, and we were afraid the gas tank would go! Luckily it just burned the insulation off all the wires. Not sure what happened, but we never got it running after that.

His was electric start, mine was pull start so I had to rig up lights to run at night. I duct taped a rechargeable spot light to the hood, and a bike headlight with the little wheel generator bolt over the flywheel screen. heh It worked ok until the mesh of the cover wore the rubber off the generator (after I made it to the middle of the woods) luckily I had the other light. I had two of my cousins in a wagon behind it. No muffler either. That had rusted off so it was loud as hell.
hell yeah!! running lawn mowers thru the woods!!! now that is some fun times there man!!for me and my buddy matt, this used to be a daily thing for the summertime back years ago!!!
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Yeah! It made the work of getting the sucker started worth it! It was an old agway rider older than me. Pull start, and probably fouled up somehow. I know how to check the plug and a few other things, it took 5 minutes to start some days. Really made me wish I had a dirt bike or quad!! lol Hell, even electric start would've been nice!!
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hmmmm.... You might be a redneck if you use a shopping cart (i know, "buggy" for you southerners) to hold your A/V stuff.....
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hahahaha.......git r done!!! now thats red right there!!! sweet!!
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hahahaha.......git r done!!! now thats red right there!!! sweet!!
Yeah it's looked too....ummmm..... normal? without the paint.

And I didn't want it to "obviously" be a cart... hehe

Another view, unloaded, so you can see the bits n pieces cut and welded together.

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^^^^ now thats classic awesome right there!!!
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Finally found a pic for those of you wondering about my last post....
Holy crap dude, what are you doing up in NY!?! You seem like you belong down south somewhere in a trailer! I love your "component rack"
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